The below scenes have all been deleted from the final version of the Velicious Series. I will add them as I go through them on my computer.
Upon entering the dim-lit lounge, I found a seat far to the back and as per usual, on stage was a performer. Tonight it was a woman in a black dress and the band behind her was playing in perfect trancing harmony.
Cindy, the waitress, came around. “Hey there, sexy. Long time no see.”
“Life’s been real busy,” I murmured.
“I know what you’re saying, and it’s not like winter has been giving us a break either.”
“I don’t acknowledge winter.”
Cindy smiled. “Gotcha. So the usual?”
I smiled back. “Usual, please.”
“One almond latte and cheese croissant on the side.” She walked off with my order, and I sat back in the booth listening to the woman singing up front.
Story: Velicious Part One
Place: Before Chapter 16
Word Count: 6554
Characters: Calvin King
Some Info: This chapter takes place just before Justice goes on her date with Chace, or otherwise Mathias. Calvin is out having a good night with his friends, but him and another one of his team mates, uncover that The Guardian Angels Corporation, is illegally handling the Taiyou Bullets.
*If you haven’t read Velicious Part One, everything here may just confuse you.*
Erin, a girl from my childhood.
A girl I knew from high school.
My biggest fucking regret is that out of anyone it could have bitten, it happened to grab someone from my past.
My fucking luck is shit.
Nevertheless, if only Kyle, Jessica, and myself knew what abilities K-17 possessed—like screeching at such high frequency or shattering every piece of glass in close proximity—maybe we could’ve taken some steps. You know, like wearing fucking earplugs. But nope, Andrea withheld that information from us—I don’t understand why—and K-17 escaped. Now, she’s putting the pressure on us, like it’s our fault K-17 roamed the streets of Toronto. Obviously, I know that it’s because she’s mostly likely getting it from her higher-ups, but I was tricked into taking on this assignment. If only I could resign, but things don’t work like that within Cerberus.